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    Thomas Long,Robert Stephen Reid
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Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Slow of Speech and Unclean Lips: Contemporary Images of Preaching Identity. Contributors: Andre Resner, Anna Carter Florence, Chuck Campbell, James Kay, John McClure, Lincoln Galloway, Lucy Hogan, Robert Stephen Reid, and Thomas Long. Robert Stephen Reid is Professor of Communication and Director of the Master's Degree Program in Communication at the University of Dubuque, Iowa. He is the author of The Four Voices of Preaching.

This provocative book offers the preacher eight vibrant images for the preacher from a major voice in contemporary scholarship in preaching. Lists with This Book.

Robert Stephen Reid is Head of the Communication Department and Director of the Master of Communication degree .

Robert Stephen Reid is Head of the Communication Department and Director of the Master of Communication degree program in Organizational Communication at the University of Dubuque, Dubuque Iowa. He is the author of The Four Voices of Preaching (Brazos Press, 2006) and Preaching Mark (Chalice Press, 1999).

Contemporary Images of Preaching Identity. 1. Chapter 1. Preacher as Messenger of Hope. by Robert Stephen Reid. Published 2010 by Cascade in Eugene Oregon. How is the preacher to conceive the identity he or she assumes when proclaiming the Word of God? Some of the leading educators in homiletics today propose a variety of possible preaching identities in this volume: preacher as messenger of hope, as lover, as God's mystery steward, as ridiculous person, as fisher, as host and guest, as one "out of one's mind," and as one entrusted.

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Professor Robert Stephen Reid is Emeritus Director of the Master of Communication degree program i. Slow of Speech and Unclean Lips: Contemporary Images of Preaching Identity. Publisher: Cascade Books. Publication Date: 2010.

Slow of Speech and Unclean Lips: Contemporary Images of Preaching Identity. Preaching at the Turn of the Ages". St. Mary's College Bulletin. Andrews: St. Andrews University. Eugene, OR: Cascade Books. ISBN 978-1-60608-521-9.

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Historically, people who have risen to the occasion to speak of faith for their generation have been keenly aware of their own limitations-whether Moses, who was "slow of speech" or Isaiah, who was concerned that he spoke with "unclean lips" The question both Moses and Isaiah seem to be asking is, who am I to speak for God? And we wonder in turn, was it they who spoke, or God who spoke through them? These biblical images carry the weight of the question raised by the essays in this volume. How is preaching both the work of God and yet also a function of the individual's own person and identity? How is the preacher to conceive the identity he or she assumes when proclaiming the Word of God? Some of the leading educators in homiletics today propose a variety of possible preaching identities in this volume: preacher as messenger of hope, as lover, as God's mystery steward, as ridiculous person, as fisher, as host and guest, as one "out of one's mind" and as one entrusted. The result is an open-ended invitation for readers to identify their own preaching identity either in concert with one of the images presented here or of their own making, appropriately contextualized to their own ministry and theology